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A Bottle in the Gaza Sea is a french film of genre Drama directed by Thierry Binisti released in france in DVD on 8 june 2012 with Agathe Bonitzer

A Bottle in the Gaza Sea (2011)

Une bouteille à la mer

A Bottle in the Gaza Sea
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Release in DVD in france 8 june 2012
Length 1h39
Directed by
OriginFrance
Genres Drama
Rating71% 3.590943.590943.590943.590943.59094

A Bottle in the Gaza Sea (French: Une bouteille à la mer, Quebec French: Une bouteille dans la mer de Gaza) is a 2011 drama directed by Thierry Binisti. The film, an international co-production shot in French, Hebrew and Arabic, is based on the French young adult novel Une bouteille dans la mer de Gaza by Valérie Zenatti, originally published in 2005 and adapted for the screen by Zenatti and Binisti.

Synopsis

Tal (Agathe Bonitzer) is the 17-year-old daughter of recent French immigrants to Israel who live in Jerusalem. Following a bomb attack on a local café, she throws a bottle into the sea near Gaza with a message asking for an explanation. Naïm (Mahmoud Shalabi), a sensitive but aimless 20-year-old Palestinian living in Gaza, discovers the bottle and tries to answer Tal's question by initiating an email correspondence. Their mutual suspicion soon develops into a tender friendship.

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